Police Commissioner Gary Griffith gives an update on police activity following Tuesday's powerful earthquake and Wednesday's aftershock.
A photo sent to us by Rina Maraj, shows the inside of the NALIS Building, which houses the Ministry of Public Administration.
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers and members of the public that its administrative services have been disrupted today – Wednesday 22nd August 2018, as a result of the seismic activity impacting the country.
WASA says it is currently in the process of assessing the structural integrity of several of its offices and other facilities.
As such, it says the Customer Call Centre toll free numbers: 800-4420/26, along with its Customer Service Centres will remain closed today – Wednesday 22nd August, 2018.
The University of the West Indies is among several public institutions that have closed their doors today.
The university issued the following statement in light of Tuesday's powerful earthquake.
"Subsequent to the initial assessment conducted yesterday, the decision has been taken to close The UWI St. Augustine Campus today, Wednesday August 22, 2018, to facilitate a more comprehensive assessment of the campus. This is a cautionary measure due to the size of the campus and the number of buildings needing assessment.